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Aug. 8, 2017 8:25 am

16 of DC’s most active meetups are getting together for one super reason

Summer is for hanging with old friends and for making new ones. Do both at #supermeetup17 on Aug. 16 at WeWork White House.

Pizza? Check. Beer? Check. #DCtech? Check.

(Photo by Catherine Sontag)

Don’t fix what ain’t broken — and Super Meetup definitely isn’t broken.

We’re bringing back the popular summertime event. Last year, more than 450 meetup members came out to kick it all together and the representation of local groups was impressive.

Again this year, there will be free drinks and pizza and plenty of chill networking vibes to go around.Whether you’re there to find Meetup groups to join, looking to promote your group or just generally want to spend a summer evening with an awesome group of people, don’t miss out on #SuperMeetup17.

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These Meetups will be there:

• ACM Washington DC

• CDK: Coder/Designer Keggers

• DC Aspiring Entrepreneurs

• DC Blockchain Users Group

• DCFemTech

• DC JavaScript 

• DC Tech Meetup

• Ed Tech DMV

• InfoDevDC

NOVA Data Science

• Modev DC

• Professions on Purpose

• Scaling Agile NoVA

• Statistical Seminars

• Talented Tech Freelancers

• UXPA- DC Chapter

• Women Data Scientists DC

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